LNS Research: Industrial Transformation Leaders

LNS Research defines Industrial Transformation (IX) as a proactive approach to achieving step-change improvement in manufacturing and other industrial operations through investments in people, process and technology capabilities.  LNS Research is the only industry analyst firm researching and writing solely about industrial transformation, with research designed to help Operations, Manufacturing and Technology leaders make smart decisions and dramatically improve performance. Whether you call your strategy an industrial or digital transformation, industry 4.0, or Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) initiative, LNS Research has the data on benchmarks and best practices to help.


. Our practices focus on the needs of:

  • Quality Leaders
  • Environment Health and Safety Leaders
  • Manufacturing and Operations Leaders
  • Maintenance, Reliability, and Engineering Leaders
  • Digital Transformation Leaders

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Data is always open to interpretation, which is why we allow clients direct access to benchmark data through visualization and statistical tools. The voices of our analysts are important, but so are the voices of our clients. Through our proprietary platform, clients have the ability to share experiences, learn new best practices, and benchmark operations against peer groups through the use of our data visualization and statistical tools.

To ensure that the people and data of LNS Research remain independent, we promise to always be transparent in our use of data and statistical techniques, as well as always conforming to established best practices in data collection and data analysis. We also promise to be transparent in analyst activity and ensure that analysts are free from undo third party pressure, financial or otherwise. Finally, we promise to never sell or compromise our client’s identity to a third party.

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